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IIFT November 2013: Solved Data Interpretation Question Paper

Jul 25, 2014 14:56 IST

    IIFT conducts its own exam for admission in MBA programmes in Kolkata and Delhi campus. We have brought solved Data Interpretation question paper from IIFT November 2013. It has 19 questions in it.

    Directions (Qs. 1 to 5): Given below are the shares of sectorial FDI inflow to India in different years (figures in percentage). Answer these questions on the basis of the following data.

    Sector

    2007

    2008

    2009

    2010

    2011

    2012

    Services Sector

    18.2

    24.3

    20.8

    16.8

    14.9

    20.8

    Construction Development

    7.6

    8.1

    12.2

    11.7

    5.9

    10.5

    Telecommunications

    5.5

    8.3

    9.4

    7.2

    6.6

    0.4

    Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

    1.4

    0.8

    0.7

    1.0

    9.1

    2.7

    Computer Software and Hardware

    12.8

    5.6

    2.5

    4.7

    2.0

    2.8

    Chemicals (other than Fertilisers

    1.3

    1.9

    1.7

    2.1

    16.6

    1.5

    Automobile Industry

    1.9

    3.4

    5.1

    5.9

    2.5

    4.9

    Power

    1.3

    3.9

    5.8

    5.1

    4.9

    3.2

    Metallurgical Industries

    2.5

    4.5

    1.8

    4.9

    4.7

    6.9

    Hotel and Tourism

    1.3

    1.6

    2.2

    2.4

    2.6

    14.9

    1. Among the four sectors mentioned below, the increase in share of FDI inflows between the terminal years 2007 and 2012 has been highest for

    A. Services Sector

    B. Construction Development

    C. Automobile Industry

    D. Power

    2. Over 2007 to 2012, the simple average share of FDI inflows has been second lowest for

    A. Chemicals (other than Fertilisers)

    B. Automobile Industry          

    C. Metallurgical Industries

    D. Hotel and Tourism

    3. Identify the false Statement from the following sentences:

    A. During 2009 to 2012 the percentage share of FDI in flow in power sector has witnessed a continuous decline.            

    B. During 2007 to 2009 the percentage share of FDI in flow in drugs and pharmaceuticals sector has witnessed a continuous decline.

    C. During 2009 to 2011 the percentage share of FDI inflow in Hotel and Tourism sector has witnessed a continuous increase.

    D. During 2007 to 2010 the percentage share of FDI inflow in Chemicals (other than Fertilisers) sector has witnessed a continuous increase.

    4. Identify the true alternative from the given options based on the following statements:

    i. In 2011, the Construction Development sector was ranked fifth in terms of percentage share of FDI inflow in the country.

    ii. In 2009, the Computer Software and Hardware sector was ranked sixth in terms of percentage share of FDI inflow in the country.

    iii. In 2012 the Drugs and Pharmaceuticals sector was ranked fourth lowest from the bottom in terms of percentage share of FDI inflow in the country.

    A. Statement ii only

    B. Both statements i and ii

    C. Statement iii only

    D. All the three statements

    5. Mark the highest figure among the following options:

    A. Increase in FDI inflow percentage share for Telecommunications sector between 2007 and 2008

    B. Increase in FD I inflow percentage share for Computer Software and Hardware sector between 2009 and 2010

    C. Increase in FDI in flow percentage share for Automobile sector between 2011 and 2012

    D. Increase in FDI inflow percentage share for Power sector between 2007 and 2008

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